Watch this full replay of the Pardon Our Blunders show, which was broadcast live on July 28, 2014 on Chess.com/TV.
Join IM Daniel Rensch and GM Ben Finegold for a live bullet chess throwdown before they square off in a discussion about 10 hot chess topics.
Don’t miss when FM Mike Klein calls in with his “blunder of the month.” | Watch video
FM Mike Klein reviews an amazing 2001 game between two of the strongest bullet players of all time: GM Roland Schmaltz and GM Ronen Har-Zvi.
Is this the most incredible bullet game you never knew about? Probably.
FM Klein shows you the crazy game along with some traps that could spring up from its Vienna opening. | Watch video
You might be seeing double - call Dr. Rensch! After watching Keaton's live analysis of their Bullet Brawl yesterday, now you get to hear Danny's thoughts. As a special bonus, the "lost" game number 7 will appear at the end (and it's worth the wait!). "How many winning positions can a master blow?" Rensch wants to know. But the question's not academic - he intends to find out! | Watch video
They've played a standard game and a blitz series, now it's time for a bullet match between IMs Kiewra and Rensch. Our player-commentator is mad and wants revenge. He advises aggression and speed, and that's exactly what both players try to do. Surprisingly, most of the contests dwindle to the endgame, but each time you'll see how to convert convincingly. The result is a rout, but at least it is closer than Germany-Brazil in the World Cup! | Watch video
Avrukh dominated the 5+1 and 3+1 sections, but he admitted to being an underdog in the bullet section versus Norowitz. Surely a five-game lead is enough, right? Watch and see if what would be the largest comeback in Death Match history can be completed. There's only seconds left before the final game is started, and everything was still on the table! | Watch video